Francophobe


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Fran·co·phobe

 (frăng′kə-fōb′)
n.
A person who dislikes or fears France, its people, or its culture.

Fran′co·phobe′, Fran′co·pho′bic adj.
Fran′co·pho′bi·a n.
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Francophobe

(ˈfræŋkəʊˌfəʊb)
n (sometimes not capital)
1. a person who hates or despises France or its people
2. Canadian a person who hates or fears Canadian Francophones
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Fran•co•phobe

(ˈfræŋ kəˌfoʊb)

adj.
1. Also, Fran`co•pho′bic. fearful of or disliking France or the French.
n.
2. a person who fears or dislikes France or the French.
[1890–95]
Fran`co•pho′bi•a, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Francophobe - a person who hates France and everything French
hater - a person who hates
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Translations

francophobe

[ˈfræŋkəʊfəʊb] Nfrancófobo/a m/f
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"MY STARTING POINT IS CERTAINLY not that of a Francophobe," Jonathan Fenby once professed, "rather more of a lover who entertains some fundamental worries about the object of his affection." A British journalist and
Since Eaton was a staunch federalist and a Francophobe, these connections raised warning flags for him, but he did not yet voice concerns about the Bacris' religious orientation.
In the waspish words of Britain's Francophobe Daily Mail, Sarko is a "French peacock married to a super model (Carla Bruni) who lives like a king." Indeed, the Sarkozys have castles, magnificent country estates and yachting trips.
(7) U Of A, Peel Special Collections, (Hereafter: Peel), 1423/E21/ V897, 1924, "Rien Qu'un Coin de sa Politique Francophobe" 1924.
(1.) Justin Vai'sse, "Etats-Unis: Le Regain Francophobe," Politique Internationale 97 (Fall 2002), http://www.politiqueinter nationale.com/revue/read2.php?id_revue=128cid=228&content=texte.
(1.) Justin Vaisse, "Etats-Unis: Le Regain Francophobe," Politique Internationale 97 (Fall 2002), http://www.politiqueinternationale.com/revue/ read2.php?id_revue = 12&id = 228&content = texte.
Gothicism, the idea of an ancient libertarian tradition, was seen as part of a pan-European tradition, which effective disqualified it from becoming a factor in what some historians, most notably Linda Colley and Gerald Newman, have described as the Francophobe and anti-Catholic strain in British culture: antipathies constitutive of British nationalism.
He's secretly dating Ruben's pretty sister, Louise (Julie Bernard), though Ruben and his Francophobe family, including his cute patriotic son, Leopold (Joachim Ledeganck), are blissfully unaware of this fact.
But, then again nothing cures an (intelligent) Francophobe faster than a spell in France itself, as a writer revealed in The Guardian last week.
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Sorry for coming across as a Francophobe but what do you do to gee up your team when they have to win against Italy to stand any chance of going through?